Winslow Mail (Newspaper) - September 21, 1934, Winslow, Arizona Party politics holds the center of the stage with the various county committees meeting today and the state committees gathering in Phoenix the 24th. Following the selection of the county chairmen at the scene will shift to the capital city where both parties will choose their leaders for the General election In Navajo county there has been keen activity in one quarter with regard to the John president of the Young Democrats of and his lost no time in the newly elected committeemen about the county in an effort to secure their pledge of support or their Other known candidates for the place are John P. Clark of and G. L. Noel of Holbrook Grapevine reports show Scott holding enough votes and proxies to put him His ' election to the chairmanship is going to in Navajo according to those who are opposing Scott on the ground that he is in truth a being a recent convert from the G. P. 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O NAVAJO SEPTEMBER 21, 1934 NUMBER 7 Y RODEO OPENS S BOY IS KILLED WHEN TRUCK'S WHEEL BREAKS Oklahoma Man and Six Children Enroute To California Job Among the newly elected committeemen in many Navajo county precincts will be found young Democrats who not so many moons ago appeared on the great register ' of the county in the Republican The young fellows made an active campaign for their committeemen and some of the older heads concede them the necessary strength to the party As one expressed to this have succeeded in stealing the show and I'm backing away where nothing will splash on because I know that the going gets tough these birds will quit the ship and go back to the party closest their They're riders and I refuse to march in their One of to my pledged his support to three of the four Democratic gubernatorial candidates in the recent Maybe these young fellows can successfully carry three buckets of and if they can then I have the wrong idea of party politics anyway and belong out of the It can't be as bad as all It is believed that Gov. B. B. following will have a voice in the selection of the Democratic state The G. O. P. are said to have already agreed on their state but his name has not been The reports will make a vigorous effort to elect a Secretary of State and Attorney General at the coming General election on November 6th. even some of the most ardent Republicans regard the possibility as very To date there has been feet in the G. O. P. ranks to the extent that those candidates nominated for office in the Primary last Tuesday are supposed to be ready to step aside and bow to the will of the state convention which will select the Whoever they may they will be There will be some bitter contests today in some of the counties throughout the state when the balloting for the chairmanship of the Democratic committee In many precincts throughout the state there were some bitter Evidently Democratic partisans attach more importance to the office of precinct committeeman than did one member of the party at the national convention in Will who during an afternoon remarked that the form of political life was an alternate at a national Whereupon the hombre blared about a The precinct committeeman battle in the Democratic primary is going to have no little effect at the state and the influence of the victors will be felt in the matter of on Page Lloyd 14, son of Cullen Price of was fatally injured about 10:30 Tuesday night when a light truck driven by his brother and containing the father and five other turned over 22 miles west cl A broken front wheel caused the Boyd 16, the said that he was travelling at 20 miles an hour when the right wheel caved catapulting the truck and its human cargo over a seated in the was hurled but was caught by the His chest was crushed and he died a few minutes after reaching a local Jay and other children of were slightly injur A The were enroute from Oklahoma to where the father has a job waiting him and a home with relatives until he gets He was taken ill in several days ago and had sufficiently to but trusted the driving to his The boy was a good driver and the father declared that o human agency could have prevented the Mr. Ogletree said that the would be sent to as that would be their permanent It was announced yesterday that a subscription to ship the body to California had been started in and that already more than half of the necessary had been Parents of the dead boy did not want to leave the body in as they are to make their permanent home on Relatives were unable to raise the Jean Donahue To Be Tried Next Month On Murder Charge Sept. 20.-A jury will be called for October 1 in the Superior Court when ten criminal cases will be heard along with nine civil This term of court will hear three murder charges several other serious Two of the murder charges will be novel County Attorney Don Udall as both of them involve Steve Buchner will be tried for the charges growing out of a wreck near McNary in which his two passengers were Jean Donahue will be tried for the charges growing out of a tragedy in Winslow in which a 12-year-old boy was killed when alleged to have been struck by a car driven by The jury drawing will be held in the court room on Monday September 24. Closer Check To Be ' Made on Applicants For U. S. Relief Prospector Pays Another Visit To Enroute To Phoenix To Investigate Mining Claims Prophet Jonas B. frequent visitor in spent a few hours here last Friday en route to Phoenix to look after some mining claims he owns near The figure of Prophet Israel has become a familiar sight in this where he has visited almost annually for the past Carrying a banner with Biblical clad in the white robe of the prophets of 2,000 years this eccentric character moves about the country preaching the gospel despite his 65 He can jump farther than when he was 21, he and can read fine print without the aid of Rotarians Enjoy Picnic Wednesday Near Clear Creek Sept. 20.-The National Re-employment Service will check the records of the men more closely in the according to information received by Q. R. Gardner The residence of the applicant read for by October will be checked the time of j residence must be Persons Rotarians and Rotary with a number of invited enjoyed a picnic at Clear Creek Wednesday featured by a delectable barbecue supper washed down by beverages that included everything from soda pop to The supper was made even more enjoyable by a heaping dish of potato salad prepared by Mrs. David whose culinary ability won the plaudits of the picnickers expressed in three rousing When it is stated that there was sufficient potato salad mother used to to serve nearly a hundred persons with two helpings it furnishes some idea of how much labor went into the feature After disposing of generous quantities of barbecued and potato the picnickers enjoyed a number of contests for including a nail driving event won by Mrs. Harold and a balloon busting contest in which Mrs. J. P. Clark The feature was the novelty race for men in which Jack Walter George Giragi and Mayor Mitchell The contestants lined up and ran a few yards to where four bundles were unwrapped these and donned the clothes And that was where the fun Each package contained a feminine article of apparel that the men found difficulty in Corsets and girdles and their intricate stumped all but Walter ran back to the starting point to victory long before any of the others had decided whether the articles were worn around the neck or worn as chest After the songs were sung around the camp fines of various denominations assessed members of the club who sang or didn't sing. Adamana Barracks of C. C. C Will Be Made Permanent Quarters The Petrified Forest CCC camp near Adamana will be converted into barracks for the winter at a cost of approximately and it is planned to have the barracks His surprising agility and excellent health he attributes to his faith in the words of Jesus Christ and the fact that he has been a vegetarian for the past 20 His favorite food is the St. John which he lives on when Any other kind of vegetable he finds a good Prophet Israel frequently goes a walking or working eight days without food or water just to prove to himself and the world that he can live on faith Although known throughout the country under many including Jonas B. and Prophet he prefers to be known as Jonus B. Preacher and There was a time when Prophet Jonus would not accept a but in recent years he is not averse to joining tourists in their crosscountry Only when he is on a prospecting where he on Page LOCAL BOYS IN C. M. T. C. RANK HIGH AT CAMP They Treat Them Pretty Rough In Gallup Hospital Sept. 20. - Miss Amilda new Navajo Indian and James Fort baseball were injured when the car in which they were riding crashed into a freight train on the spur track near White's pavilion at 9 p. Miss Shirley was most seriously but is expected to Attendants at the S. Indian dispensary said she had received a broken leg and probably a jaw SEVERAL TEETH WERE REPORTED TO HAVE BEEN KNOCKED OUT AT ST. MARY'S HOSPITAL WHERE SHE WAS Holden's Injuries were bruises Best Riders Of State To Compete In Bronc Calf Roping with jobs will be checked and those holding positions will be cut Mr. Gardner The practice of giving the name on the list of unemployed to the employer will be These instructions were issued to all offices in the Gardner and they do not apply to this office alone in the case Gardner says he knows practically everyone on the list and knows what they are doing but that he will The new structures will consist of mess shower recreation room and quarters for officers and technical All the rooms will be More than will be spent in the state in the next few months on the construction of new CCC camps for the fourth period and the conversion of summer camps into according to advices received in Phoenix from Eighth have to verify their statements if i Corps army area from the does not know of their cases quarters at Fort Sam Four Winslow boys who attended the Citizen's Military Training Camp at Fort Huachuca this year made excellent and one of Wilfred G. was recommended as a principal for the scholarship offered by the New Mexico Military according to word received by Captain Charles J. of the R. O. T. from Col. Robert S. Knox of the 25tli infantry and camp Besides winning the recommendation for the Ambrose qualified for marksman and was recommended for the Red James F. BIy qualified as a was recommended for the Red course and won third place in the 44 yard Billy Garcia was recommended for the Red course and also won marksmanship William F. Goldsworthy qualified for appointment to the R. O. T. when he completes his correspondence course and reaches 21. He qualified as a pistol first All of the boys ranked perfect or high in physical general set up and military amenability to attention to duty and from these reports the boys from your county acquitted themselves with Col. Knox Air Mail Schedules Out Of Here Given By Local Postmaster Information concerning air mail schedules and closing time at the local post office has been issued by Postmaster A. R. Although this schedule already has been the numerous inquiries at the post office indicate that the public is still Trip west departs from Winslow at 7:22 in the and reaches Los Angeles four hours To get air mail in the post office in time for this plane it must be mailed at 6:30 a. m. Trip three leaves the local airport at 4:25 in the and mail must be in the post office by 3:45. The east bound schedule is as Trip departs 8:35 a. m. and mail must be in the post office by 7:45. Trip Four departs at 12:35 a. m. and mail must be in the post office at 6:45 p. m. the evening This mail reaches Albuquerque in two Kansas City in eight hours and the j east coast in 24 There are ' connecting lines to all points on the TWA i Rates are six cents each ounce i and fraction 94 GET JOBS Sept. 20.-Dr. J. W. dean of the college of education at Arizona 94 former university Roy Kincanon Is Transferred To Flagstaff Store Roy ror the past eight years a resident of and for the past several years manager of Babbitt hardware will leave September 30 for where he has accepted a similar with the Babbitt store in that B. with whom traded will arrive on the same day from Flagstaff to assume the duties of his An active worker in the Elks club during his residence Mr. Kincannon was elected exalted ruler of the local lodge early this He has been a booster for all civic and a loyal supporter of all charity organizations that have appealed for His loss will be great to the community and compensated for only by the fact that his successor has held a similar place in the hearts of the Flagstaff where he has lived for the past 12 Mr. Kincanon will resign his office in the Elks lodge A farewell party is being planned for the popular business but what form it will take has not yet been decided So popular he in Winslow that it will be necessary to hold the affair some place that can accommodate a large and it probably will take the form of a Dance Feature Golf Course Dedication A dance Saturday September 29, will open the dedication program of the new 18-hole golf course in the entertainment committee announced this The public is invited to attend the dance and also follow the golfers in the tournament to be staged September 30. Prizes totalling in value will be awarded in the various matches which will feature Sunday's Championship golfers from Phoenix have been invited to play exhibition and players from the Clarkdale and Prescott clubs have been invited to enter the The majority of the 178 members of the local club are expected to enter the Winslow will have the first 18-hole golf course in Northern Arizona and one of the four in the Completion of the which was constructed with federal relief is expected early next Warm Session At Committee Meet Foreseen County Chairman Election May Call In Prize Fight Sunday Night Will See 2 Champions In Action for California and Arizona Dances Every Evening Mahoney Now Notre Dame Frosh Precinct committeemen from sections of the county will meet today in Holbrook to elect a chairman and lay plans for the f a 1 With sufficient proxies or avowed support claimed by several candidates for the chairmanship a warm session is with a dark horse expected to steD in at the last minute to prevent Plans of the board of supervisors to appoint an extra committeeman in every precinct where the vote for governor in 1932 was larger than in the previous general fell through when the attorney backed up by the county held that it would be The law states that one committeeman can be J. each precinct of tin number of votes and that additional one for each 75 major fraction can bz elected The supervisors and others interpreted this to mean that each precinct was entitled to a committeeman and another each 75 votes or major fractio is thereof cast for The attorney general the first 75 votes called for one committeeman Precinct committeemen who will attend today's meeting or tun their proxies over to are as No. 1, Ed James C. M. No. 2, W. J. Herman Bob No. 3, E. R. Thornton J. P. William Von No. 4, Bernetta Dr. Lee L. W. E. W. Roy No. 5, E. C. Dave Fred Pioneer Resident Of Arizona Passed Away Friday Noon Mrs. Armintha for 51 years a resident of the past 20 of which were spent in died suddenly Friday noon at her home on West Death was due to natural causes brought on by old Born in Ohio 88 years Mrs. Hart came to Arizona in 1883, in the Oak Creek where she lived until moving to Winslow about 20 years Funeral services were held Sunday afternoon at 4:00 o'clock at the Methodist with Rev. Gorsage of the Baptist church Surviving Mrs. Hart are three George William and of Owen Leslie of and a Robert of who was here for the With Arizona's best cowboys sending in their entries from and interest increasing in surrounding the fourth annual Meteor City bids fair to eclipse all other cowboy sports programs held in Northern Arizona this While no effort has been made to conduct as pretentious a program as that staged annually in the local rodeo will be equally as thrilling and will see as many expert riders and ropers its sponsors The Lions B. R. and other organizations are behind the rodeo in an effort to make it second only to the Prescott which is the oldest cowboy sports program in the Featured by dances every a prize fight Sunday a parade Sunday noon and a free barbecue in the afternoon of the Clark throws the bull in a practice last there have been so many varied supplementary programs arranged that there will be something of interest to attract everyone of all ages and Constitution Is Greatest Of All Claim Spanish dances will be conducted both Special Prizes In addition to the cash prizes have been by several local and Flagstaff A hand carved bridle will be given to the winner of the calf roping contest by Flagstaff harness a saddle blanket will be given by the Bruchman Curio store to the winner of the bulldogging waist overalls by Penney Co. to the wild cow milking silver spurs by the Union Barbers of Winslow to the bronco riding Flake Brothers of Snowflake have donated 60 head cattle of all classes to be used in the One of the features of the Sunday program will be a bulldogging contest between J. P. Clark and Dewey pert at tossing the bull and an interesting contest is John Drumm has offered as a prize for the Exhibition Ride Another feature will be an exhibition ride on by Charlie Boling once rode a cable car in San Francisco and believes that he can stick on this hurricane of flesh as long as any He will carry a flask Burke Enrollment Shows Small Increase NOTRE Sept. 20.- Among the freshmen matriculating at the University of Notre Dame is William Patrick Mahoney of Mr. son of Mr. and Mrs. W. P. is a graduate FORT WING N. Sept. 20.-Registration for the year has reached approximately 300 slightly better than last Probably before the close of the second week the maximum 525 will be Owing to the employment of older boys in various camps the enrollment in the three upper grades is not so good as the lower Mrs. Bertha Lively Ellinger is conferring with Burke teachers and visiting class making suggestions in the matter were placed in educational j has of re-organization of school work of Winslow High and j o fit more harmoniously with Supt. entered the College of Arts L. S. Jackson's conception of a positions this war throughout the land He will major in which also the ideal of the Collier With constitution week being observed nationally in schools and by American Legion G. W. Nelson of the Americanism committee of the Frank Perkins spoke briefly on the subject at the last Constitution week was observed in the nation from September 16 to 24, with the 17th set aside as constitution Never in the history of the world have so many courageous and influential men gathered at one Sen. Nelson The Constitution of the United States and the Declaration of Independence are both considered the greatest documents ever written for human he pointed In speaking of the signing of the Sen. Nelson great moment had A nation was to be blessed with a charter of orderly In the chair sat George i beloved by all and a figure destined to live through the scholarly and and a score of others whose statesmanship never has been equalled in this Benjamin Franklin kept and when a sufficient number had signed to submit the constitution for his face broke into a Looking toward the president's he raised his hand and and in the course of the session of this and the vicissitudes of my hopes and fears as to its I have looked at that painted sun back of on Page Republican Central Body Meets Tonight A meeting of the Republican central committee has been called j for tonight at All cinct committeemen from the j ty assemble to name a chairman and to lay plans for filling the ticket at the November J. A. Greaves is the only precinct committeeman from Charlie Boling holds a practice session with He is shown dismounting to pick up a nickel he dropped of Pan-American whisky in each hip which will be divided among the at the conclusion of the A rubber cane will be presented Boling by Babbitt All broncos are in fine shape and raring to toss their riders into the will not be assigned riders in the contest because it would not be fair to the man who drew No one has yet stayed on his back without pulling and he will be seen only in exhibition riding by Boling and several others who have no on Page Weather Report The daily mean temperature for the week was 67.9 which is 0.2 degrees below for this Highest temperature for the week 89 degrees on the 19th. The highest ever previously recorded for this period was 94 degrees on the 15th of 1922. Lowest temperature for the week was 44 degrees on the 15th. The lowest ever previously recorded for this period 39 degrees on the 14th of 1930. Since Jan. 1st, the mean temperature has been above normal by a daily average of 3.0 Total precipitation for the week was 0.05 normal precipitation this period ia The total precipitation since Jan. 1st is 5.16 inches which is 1.24 inches below Maximum wind velocity for the week was 23 miles per hour from the on the afternoon of the 13th. Weather outlook for week Generally fair weather is expected with little change in L. A.